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a book that you're ready to share with the world? get published now, call for your free publisher kit today! are you ready to say there was no collusion between the trump campaign and russia in light of the mueller finding? >> democrats facing a hard choice post-robert mueller, keep investigating trump, focus on their agenda, can they do both. and the white house now backs a full repeal of obamacare. the major shift after saying parts of the law could stand. a $20 million extortion plot, serious charges against the lawyer who helped expose the hush money payments from donald
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trump. and duke university used fake science to get real federal money and now the school is paying up. good morning, everyone. welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is march 26, 4:00 a.m. and a major reversal trump administration on obamacare. in a monday court filing, the administration said the entire affordable care act, all of it, should be struck down. the justice department says it now agrees with the federal judge in texas who invalidated the aca in a december ruling. at the time the administration said that it would not defend certain obamacare provisions including pre-existing condition protections covering 52 million americans, but it argued the rest of the law could stand. >> the president has repeatedly promised to protect people with pre-existing conditions, but the new stance doubles down on stripping away those and all other protections. the case is currently before a federal appeals court.
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constant questions about the future of obamacare did not hurt signups too much for 2019, though they were down 300,000 from 2018 to 11.4 million. democrats at a critical juncture this morning. after president trump is effectively cleared by special counsel robert mueller on collusion. for 22 months many democrats all but guaranteed mueller would find the president or hisspired russians. when he did not, even nancy pelosi was caught short. >> are you ready to a say there was no collusion between the trump campaign and russia? >> does this exonerate the president? >> i think the mueller report was clear the president is not exonerated. >> the speaker is indeed correct. mueller said he did not exonerate the president on obstruction of justice. trump attorney rudy giuliani complained about that to chris
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cuomo. >> this is a cheap shot. >> i don't know why mueller said it. >> this is unprofessional. people get prosecuted for what they are thinksing, if somebody says i think i might want to kill that guy because he was mean to me -- >> formulation of intent? >> no. that is why he says there is no ob stru obstructive conduct. >> and democrats are still not ready to conclude that there was no russia conspiracy. they say they will continue to investigate ties between the campaign and russians, but that strategy risks a political backlash if voters think democrats are grasping for evidence where mueller already investigated. it is a points gone hopeful blafrn ma elizabeth warren made last night. >> i spent the last couple days in new hampshire. i did a bunch of big public events, got maybe 100 questions. and do you know the number that were about the mueller report?
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zero. because what people were talking about, what they are asking about, are the things that touch their lives every day. >> the aforementioned obamacare story. speaker pelosi already moving past mueller telling the leadership team house democrats should focus on their agenda, their message, not russia interference. still the calls to release the full mueller report are growing louder by the hour. even the president seems okay with it. >> it is up to the attorney general, but it wouldn't bother me at all. up to the attorney general. >> in the senate mitch mcconnell blocked efforts by democrats to make mueller's report public. mcconnell saying attorney general bill barr should not be rushed as he reviews the report to determine how much to release. a cnn poll conducted by ssrs finds 87% of americans across
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party lines believe mueller's team should report a full public report of their findings. even the president is seeming to back mueller with a major about-face in his rhetoric. >> we will hear publicly from attorney general barr april 9th. set to testify on the doj budget, but expect a lot of questions about mueller and his report. some republicans are calling on house intel chairman adam schiff to resign in the wake of mueller's findings. schiff has been outspoke for two years about alleged collusion. kell will i y years about alleged collusion. kell will ianne conway says he step down for pedaling lies. kevin mccarthy is calling on him to step down and apologize to the american people. the chairman standing firm. >> mr. schiff, do you accept the finding that there is no
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trump/russia conspiracy? >> i accept that the prosecutorial judgment of bob mueller is sound. i've said all along that we would accept whatever conclusions he reaches as the prosecutor. i've also said that there was a big difference between whether there is evidence of collusion and i think that evidence is in plain sight and whether you can establish or prove beyond a reasonable doubt criminal conspiracy. and i accept his conclusion that he could not. i do want to say with respect to the obstruction part as well that what troubles me the most about that is that you have an attorney general who applied for the job by talking down any potential obstruction conviction or indictment who then went to a senate confirmation and refused to recuse himself. i don't think under those circumstances he should ever have been confirmed. but he has now downs job he applied for, which is attempt to exonerate mr. trump when mr. mueller said no which on race
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was in order. that should deeply concern people that someone was hand picked for the purpose and executed that purpose. that does not i think tend to enhance the credit ability of t justice department. >> he says the house will continue to investigate whether president trump or anyone around shim compromised 37. the pentagon has authorized the transfer of $1 billion for the border wall. the department of defense will drekts the fund toward 18 foot high fencing along the yuma and el paso sections. president trump declared a national emergency last month in order to divert billions toward wall construction. the administration says it plans to shift 1.35 p$1.5 billion in future. and they say the pentagon did not seek permission before noticing the appropriations committee of the transfer. michael avenatti arrested in
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new york for allegedly trying to extort more than $20 million from nike. he was released last night on $300,000 bond. he claims he is innocent. according to the criminal complaint, he met last week where attorneys for nike and threatened to release allegations of misconduct. >> that was on the eve of the company's quarterly earnings call, start of the ncaa tournament before avenatti allegedly telling nike's lawyers i'll take $10 billion off your client's market cap, i'm not fing around. the charges coming minutes after he announced a press conference for today to disclose a supposed major scandal perpetrated by nike. >> i have fought against the powerful, powerful people and powerful corporations. i will never stop fighting that good fight. >> celebrity attorney mark geragos is an unnamed co-conspirator in the case.
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he was a cnn cron contributor, but is no longer as of monday. the news also broke that california charged him in a separate case involving wire and b bank fraud, that could bring a maximum of 50 years in prison. pilots may have had less than a minute of overriding a system suspected in failing in at least one of those crashes of the boeing 737 max. the "new york times" spoke to two unnamed pilots who recently conducted flight simulations. the point was to recreate a crisis situation similar to what investigators suspect went wrong on the doomed lion air flight last october. they discovered they had less than 40 seconds to override the automated system and avoid disaster. >> the pilots reportedly did not fully understand just how powerful the system was until they flew the plane on a 737 max simulator. the mcas system is the focus of the investigations into the lion
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air disaster and the ethiopian airlines crash this month. boeing expected to propose a software update that would give pilots more control over the system. duke university agreeing to pay a $112 million settlement to the u.s. government after being accused of falsifying scientific data to win federal research grants. the school allegedly smised bogus data to the national institutes of health and epa from 2006 to 2018. a former duke employee who filed a whistle blower suit against duke will receive nearly $34 million as part of that settlement. the university president says, quote, we expect duke researchers to adhere always to the highest standards of integrity. when individuals fail to uphold those standards, we must accept spop responsibility. president trump is breaking precedent again with his latest pick to the federal reserve. the president announced his plans to nominate steven moore
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stephen moore. moore says he is unfamiliar with monetary policy making. >> i'm kind of new to this game frankly, so i'm going to be on a steep learning curve myself about how the fed operates, you how the federal reserve makes its decisions. and this is a real exciting opportunity for me. so it is hard for me to say what even my role will be there assuming i get confirmed. >> moore's nomination has raised concerns given his previous comments about the fed. he has called it a swamp and the close relationship with the president, the fed is supposed to be an independent body. there are currently two vacancies on the seven member fed board. the president is are considering former pizza executive and republican presidential candidate herman cain for the second open seat. the nominations would have to be confirmed by the senate.
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>> so we have a former coal lobbyist running the epa and someone not familiar with fed po policy on the board of governors? >> some people think that he was being self-deprecating, but others say he doesn't have the economic gravitas. he is a kitchen table economist, but someone who has advised the president during the campaign. and after frankly. and the president trusts him. >> fascinating times. ahead the struggle to cope with mass shootings has claimed a third victim in a week's time. this time the father of a child killed at sandy hook elementary.
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two escaped inmates were cap chu cap chushed overnight but three are still at large. the sheriff says they escaped by cutting an already weakened fence in the exercise yard.
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he believes they had outside help. the sheriff telling the public to lock their cars and doors and if they see a strange person walking around, notify them immediately. there is a 1500 reward for the capture. each pleading not guilty to racketeering as part of the sprawling college scandal. prosecutors say the defendants carried out a scheme it cheat on standardized tests, in some cases they bribed college coaches who then helped perspective students gain admission to a university by falsely claiming students were athletic recruits on the rowing team or women's soccer. more defendants are due in court this week. meanwhile yale has rescinded the admission of a student who was part of this on going on scandal, the first case of a school rescinding a student since the scandal broke. authorities now investigating a third suicide in the past week linked to school
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massacres. jar richmond was found dead in his connecticut office building monday morning in what police are calling an apparent suicide. his 6-year-old daughter was among 20 children and six adults killed in the sandy hook shooting back in 2012. >> the news come as parkland mourns the death of sydney aiello who killed herself last week. and saturday a second parkland survivor died in what police described as an apparent suicide. just tragic. if you or someone you know might be at risk of suicide, call the national suicide prevention hotline, 1-800-273-8255. >> if you have any questions, anything, spread that number to everyone you can. nasa forced to scrap what would have been the first all female spacewalk scheduled to take place friday. and the reason turns out there is only one spacesuit on board the international space saying
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that best fits both female astronauts. so friday's spacewalk will now be conducted by a man and a woman. it will be the 215th for the space station and if everything goes according to plan, christina koch will become the 14th woman to perform a spacewalk. new this morning, a shocker from connor mcgreggregor. >> we're in talks for july. there are talks going on. but to my fans, i'm in shape and i'm ready. >> that is not the shocker. the shocker is what happened after that interview aired. mcgregor announced on twitter he is retiring from mixed martial arts. that announcement being met with heaps of skepticism since he told jimmy inaugurfall on that fighting this summer.
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>> so he said i'm in shape and then he said i'm retiring? >> yes. do not be surprised if that is a ploy in contract negotiations. ahead, british launches seize control of the brexit process. what it means as the clock ticks toward an exit from the eu with or without a deal. we're live at 10 downing street. ? mhm aaaah! nooooo... nooooo... nooooo... quick, the quicker picker upper! bounty picks up messes quicker and is 2x more absorbent than the leading ordinary brand. (son loudly clears throat) (mom and dad laugh) bounty, the quicker picker upper. on a budget? try bounty essentials.
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may. it is a rare twist putting lawmakers in control as this deadline to leave the eu nears. international diplomatic editor nic robertson is standing by live for us at 10 downing street. and another twist here, what does this mean. >> reporter: twist after twist isn't there. last night 30 conservative mps from theresa may's own party voted against, three subsequently resigned. what this means is that on wednesday the order of what happens in the house of commons will very likely be controlled by parliament, by the mps there. revel mps if you like. very likely, and i say likely because none of what happened last night is bound this law. but they are likely to have what is called indicative votes, seven indicative votes, that indicate the mood and the will of parliament and it could go all the way from a no-deal leaving the european union to a
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free trade arrangement between britain and the european union similar to what canada has right now. we may go back to theresa may's deal. we may have theresa may's deal plus a customs union. we may have something new which would be a customs union and single market. we may have another referendum on brexit before or mayor maybe will be to not go ahead with brexit after all. none of these are legally binding. the prime minister has already said that she will not be obl e obliged to follow new on these recommend recommendations. so where does this leave everything at the moment, is theresa may hoping to use some of this as pressure to get a hard line mps won over, very likely yes. unchartered territory. >> it is just stunning. all these choices and the outcome clear as mud. nic, thank you so much. >> no clear path ahead. all right. ahead for us, affordable care
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are you ready to say there was no collusion between the trump campaign and russia in light of the mueller finding? >> democrats facing a hard choice post-robert mueller, keep investigating trump, focus on their agenda, can they do both. the president promised to protect people with pre-existing conditions, but the justice department says otherwise, now backing a full repeal of obamacare. a $20 million extortion plot, serious charges against the lawyer who helped expose the hush money payments from donald trump. and duke university used
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fake science to get real federal money and now the school is paying up. with come back to "early start." >> so now that the mueller report is out, they can get back to governing and uniting the country by ripping out health care for millions of americans. a major reversal by the trump administration on obamacare. in a monday court filing, the administration said the entire affordable care act, all of it, should be struck down. the justice department says it now agrees with the federal judge in texas who invalidated the aca in a december ruling. at the time the administration said that it would not defend certain obamacare provisions including pre-existing condition protections covering 52 million americans, but it argued the rest of the law could stand. >> the president has repeatedly promised to protect people with pre-existing conditions, but the new stance doubles down on stripping away those and all other protections.
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the case is currently before a federal appeals court. constant questions about the future of obamacare did not hurt signups too much for 2019, though they were down 300,000 from 2018 to 11.4 million. democrats at a critical juncture this morning. after president trump is effectively cleared by special counsel robert mueller on collusion. for 22 months many democrats all but guaranteed mueller would find the president or his campaign had conspired with russians. when he did not, even nancy pelosi was caught short. >> are you ready to say there was no collusion between the trump campaign and russia? >> does this exonerate the president? >> i think the mueller report was clear the president is not exonerated. >> the speaker is indeed correct. mueller said he did not exonerate the president on obstruction of justice. trump attorney rudy giuliani complained about that to chris cuomo. >> this is a cheap shot. >> i don't know why mueller said it.
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>> this is unprofessional. if people get prosecuted for what they are thinking, if somebody says i think i might want to kill that guy because he was mean to me -- >> formulation of intent? >> no. that is why he says there is no obstructive conduct. >> while everyone haggles over obstruction, democrats are still not ready to conclude that there was no russia conspiracy. they say they will continue to investigate ties between the campaign and russians, but that strategy risks a political backlash if voters think democrats are grasping for evidence where mueller already investigated. it is a point 2020 hopeful elizabeth warren made last night. >> i spent the last couple days in new hampshire. i did a bunch of big public events, got maybe 100 questions. and do you know the number that were about the mueller report? zero. because what people were talking
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about, what they are asking about, are the things that touch their lives every day. >> speaker pelosi already moving past mueller telling the leadership team house democrats should focus on their agenda, their message, not russia interference. still the calls to release the full mueller report are growing louder by the hour. even the president seems okay with it. >> it is up to the attorney general, but it wouldn't bother me at all. up to the attorney general. >> in the senate mitch mcconnell blocked efforts by democrats to make mueller's report public. mcconnell saying attorney general bill barr should not be rushed as he reviews the report to determine how much to release. a cnn poll conducted by ssrs finds 87% of americans across party lines believe mueller's
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team should produce a full public report of their findings. even the president is seeming to back mueller with a major about-face in his rhetoric. >> we will hear publicly from attorney general barr april 9th. set to testify on the doj budget, but expect a lot of questions about mueller and his report. some republicans are calling on house intel chairman adam schiff to resign in the wake of mueller's findings. schiff has been outspoke for two years about alleged collusion. kellyanne conway says he should step down for peddling lies. kevin mccarthy is calling on him to step down and apologize to the american people. the chairman standing firm. >> will you drop your investigation now that this exhaustive investigation is over and that the conclusion is that there was no trump/russia conspiracy?
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>> our investigation has focused on down ter intelligence issues, that is the president or anyone around him compromised. that work has to go on. we have yet to be briefed on the counterintelligence findings of bob mueller. that was not a part of his memo or report and certainly not mentioned even at all by attorney general barr. as you know, this began as a counterintelligence investigation not only by the fbi, but by our committee as well. those issues go to whether people are acting as an agent of a foreign power either wittingly or unwittingly. we need to look at the financial issues, was the president driven during this campaign and to this day by financial interests. or any other illicit purpose. that work has to go on. and we're committed to doing our oversight until we get answers. >> schiff says he accepts
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mueller's prosecutorial decision, but stresses there is a big difference between whether there was evidence of collusion and being able to prove it beyond a reasonable doubt. pilots may have had less than a minute to override a system suspected of failing in at least one crash of the boeing 737 max. the "new york times" spoke to two unnamed pilots who recently conducted flight simulations. the point was to recreate a crisis situation similar to what investigators suspect went wrong on the doomed lion air flight last october. they discovered they had less than 40 seconds to override the automated system and avoid disaster. >> the pilots reportedly did not fully understand just how powerful the system was until they flew the plane on a 737 max simulator. the mcas system is the focus of the investigations into the lion air disaster and the ethiopian airlines crash this month. boeing expected to propose a software update that would give pilots more control over the system.
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duke university agreeing to pay a $112 million settlement to the u.s. government after being accused of falsifying scientific data to win federal research grants. the school allegedly submitted bogus data to the national institutes of health and epa from 2006 to 2018. a former duke employee who filed a whistle blower suit against duke will receive nearly $34 million as part of that settlement. the university president says, quote, we expect duke researchers to adhere always to the highest standards of integrity. when individuals fail to uphold those standards, we must accept responsibility. a federal ban on bump stocks begins today. the devices enable semi automatic rifles to fire continue police like machine guns. bump stocks came under scrutiny after the las vegas massacre in 2017 when a gunman killed 58 people and wounded hundreds more. after the shooting, president trump vowed to outlaw bump stocks. the justice department calling
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on bump stock owners to destroy the devices or turn them into an atf field office. the "green new deal" backed by many democrats is expected to be blocked in the senate today by democrats. they believe republicans are trying to score political points by having a quick vote. mitch mcconnell says he is pushing for a vote to put the opposition on the record, but democrats plan to counter by voting present instead of for or against the deal. they will argue the "green new deal" is more of an aspirational document than a piece of legislation. high profile lawyer michael avenatti arrested in new york for allegedly trying to export more than $20 million from nike. he was released last night on $300,000 bond and claims he is innocent. according to the criminal complaint, avenatti met last week with attorneys for nike and threatened to release allegations of mis conduconduct >> that was on the eve of their quarterly earnings call and start of the ncaa tournament.
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ofavenatti allegedly saying i'l take $10 billion off your client's market cap, i'm not fing around. the charges against avenatti coming minutes after he announced a press conference for today to disclose a supposed major scandal perpetrated by nike. >> i have fought against the powerful, powerful people and powerful corporations. i will never stop fighting that good fight. >> celebrity attorney mark geragos is his unnamed co-conspirator in the case. he was a cnn contributor but is no longer as of monday. minutes after news about the new york charges broke, federal prosecutors in california charged avenatti in a separate case involving wire and bank fraud. those charges could bring a maximum sentence of 50 years in federal prison. global and domestic growth concerns are having an effect on mortgage rates. the latest data shows 15 year
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fixed rate mortgage fell to 3.71%, 30 year slipped to 4.28%. that is the more popular one. the rates following after the federal reserve announced it will not raise interest rates this year. the central bank does not set mortgage rates, but its decisions influence them and economists worry rates will keep falling. 71% say rates will go down in the coming weeks. one expert noted rates will fall over trade agreement depresses the market at least until exuberance over the trade agreement reverses the decline. the commerce department is set to release data before the opening bhel today. falling mortgage rates are a sign frel fraankly that there a worries about slowing down. people rushing out of the stock market and other areas into the bond market. that is affecting rates. but it could be good for home buyers. >> a lot of signs though of a global slowdown. >> and maybe we'll get a bounce,
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but we shall see. ahead the first all female spacewalk is on hold. you might not believe why. we just got married.
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a book that you're ready to share with the world? get published now, call for your free publisher kit today! authorities are investigating a third suicide in the past week linked to school massacres. jeremy richmond found dead in his connecticut office building monday morning in what police are calling an apparent suicide. his 6-year-old daughter was among 20 children and 6 adults killed in the sandy hook shooting back in 2012. >> the news comes as the parkland florida community mourns the death of sydney aiello who killed herself last week. and then saturday, a second parkland survivor died in what police described as an apparent suicide. if you or someone you know might be at risk of suicide, call the national suicide prevention life lime, 1-800-273-8255.
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senator lindsey graham says he encouraged his senate colleague and good friend the late senator john mccain to turn over the dossier of trump russia allegations to the fbi, pushing back against claims by president trump that mccain helped fan the flames of the russia investigation. graham says john mccain showed me the dossier and i told him the only thing i knew to do with it, it could be a bunch of garbage, it could be true, who knows. turn it over to somebody whose job it is to find these things out and john mccain acted appropriately. graham says he told president trump in florida over the weekend that the late senator and war hero deserves better than the way the president has publicly disparaged him in the past week. can president trump block people on twitter? the second circuit court of appeals in new york is holding a hearing this afternoon to decide. last may a federal judge ruled president trump was violating
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the constitution by blocking twitter users because his feed is a public forum and mr. trump was in violation of the first amendment by block seven plaintiffs. pentagon says it has successfully test launched two ground based missile interceptors in california. they were set up against a simulated intercontinental ballistic missile, a critical test to prepare against potential attacks from adversaries like north korea. defense officials wanted to make sure that if multiple missiles were in the air the sensors on ground based interceptors would be able to distinguish the incoming missiles from other missiles and the electronic clutter in the environment. nasa forced to scrap what would have been the first all female spacewalk scheduled to take place friday. and the reason turns out there is only one spacesuit on board the international space station that best fits both female astronauts.
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so friday's spacewalk will now be conducted by a man and a woman. it will be the 215th for the space station and if everything goes according to plan, christina koch will become the 14th woman to perform a spacewalk. late night hosts had their first chance to weigh in on the now completed mueller report that found no collusion with the russians. >> this completely wrecks my bracket. i had donald trump going all the way to impeachment. i did. the news caught many people by surprise. it is never a good sign when after two years as president the whole world is shocked because you didn't do something illegally. >> we know trump probably didn't collude with russia because he could never pull that off. and even if he did collude, it probably would have been by accident. putin wanted him in there and did what he had to do. basically trump got in the white house the same way lori loughlin
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got her kid into usc. >> this is shall we say anticlimactic. like saying guess what, kids, santa came. and he brought mostly nothing. in fact santa took his sack of presents and handed them over to some guy named bill and bill is like i'll give you a summary of the gifts. oh, and by the way, this bill guy got his job by writing a 19 page memo about how christmas is illegal. >> all right. >> couldn't help but notice they compared to the finale of lost. was that like the worst finale of all time? >> yes. >> i didn't catch that one. i thought it was seinfeld. a win for nike in the lawsuits over the logo for its air jordan brand. cnn business has the details, next.
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and it's simple, easy, awesome. apple is making big moves as it looks towards the future. ceo tim cook and a roster of big name celebrities including oprah announcing the tech company's much anticipated entrance into the crowded video screaming market. brian stng an tell ter has more. apple has been facing slowing iphone sales, challenges in the hardware business. so the company is talking all about something else, what it calls the services business. that is what this event here was all about. it is about the apps on your phone, the news app, the game apps, the television app. apple says that it will make those apps a whole lot better. so it announced a bunch of new services all of these are subscription based. so you are paying let's say $10
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a month for a news app with access to a lot of magazines and a few newspapers. there is also a gaming app where you can access lots of different games for one monthly bryce. perhaps the most interesting news here though is about apple tv and how the company is once again trying to revolutionize the tv viewing experience. the company is previewing two new versions of this, one is a storefront where you can go on and buy subscriptions to hbment on and cbs and lots of other channels, but the most tan tantalizing part is the original tv shows and movies. now apple is starting to preview them. i'm a consultant on one of those shows, it is about morning tv. but up until now, i had now idea when it was going to launch. apple says they will start to premiere in the fall, but they are not revealing how much it will cost to access the shows. they have lots of big names helping out, people like steven
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smeelburg a bur spielberg and oprah will be on stage. but it will be a few months before we can watch the shows and we don't know how much it will cost. but apple's future it says is partly in these is services that allow you to do more with your phones and your devices. you can see in the future the idea of a bundle emerging where you get games, news, tv shows from apple or maybe from its virals like google and netflix and others. back to you. >> the new frontier. global stock markets rebounding from yesterday's decline, but the main story line remains global growth concerns. you have tokyo with the bounce back of about 2%, shanghai down and mixed performance in europe. futures slightly higher here in the u.s., but i wouldn't call that barn burner of an advance. u.s. markets were essentially unchanged at the end of trading monday. the dow closed up just 14 points helped by a bounce this boeing shares. the s&p 500, nasdaq down slightly. and the top brain trust for
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business economists forecast slowing economic growth. a survey found u.s. growth below white house targets from 2.9% last year to 2.4% this year and just 2% in 2020. about boeing in crisis, airbus just announced a huge deal with china. china was the first country to ground the 737 max. china a giant market for both boeing and airbus and its important is increasing every day. china will need around 7400 new passenger and cargo aircraft through the year 2037. airbus did not specify the total value of the deal and did not respond to a request from us for further comment. a win for nike in a lawsuit every on the jump man logo for its air jordan bland. the supreme court declined to hear a case brought by a
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photographer who sued for copyright in-springmenfringeinf. in 1984, the photographer took a photo of michael jordan before he signed a deal with nike. in 2015, he claimed that nike copied virtually every original photo. there is his on the left i believe. and then the marketing on the right. the appeals court up seld theld decision that it was not substantially similar. and "early start" continues with breaking news on obamacare. are you ready to say there was no collusion between the trump campaign and russia in light of the mueller finding? >> democrats facing a hard choice post-robert mueller, keep investigating trump, focus on their agenda, can they do both.

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